Gold futures mark lowest finish in about 2 months

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Gold futures fell on Monday to mark their lowest settlement in roughly two months. Strength in the U.S. dollar pressured prices for the precious metal, with the ICE U.S. dollar index DXY, +0.53% trading as high as 101.86, the highest since March 2020. June gold GCM22, -1.91% fell $38.30, or 2%, to settle at $1,896 an ounce, the lowest most-active contract finish since Feb. 25, FactSet data show.

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